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This folky, colorful game board — for God-knows-what game — was originally used in 19th century America and will cost you a whopping $2,250. If I wanted to play a board game, I'd go for a round of Scrabble, honestly. But obviously, the appeal of this piece for many is its antiquity. The colors are beautiful, though, and it seems to be in great condition.
So, for this challenge, I'd like you to tell me how you'd use this antique game board in your home. Would you turn it into a table? Use it as a tray? A shelf? Simply use it as décor? Turn it into a headboard? A cabinet door? Have its pattern printed onto tiles? Tell me by commenting below! Bonus points for anyone who can figure out what game the board is for.

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sunnyheart sunnyheart 8 years
I love Parcheesi--I'd just use it as a Parcheesi board!
SATClover SATClover 8 years
I'm glad others recognized it as Parcheesi as well! That game is a lot of fun.
mollyparnis mollyparnis 8 years
I'd use it as a garden plan
lukal lukal 8 years
This is a Parcheesi board. I see it has been hun previously. It would look great in a game room.
jossfan23 jossfan23 8 years
my mom & i used to play parcheesi! I think i would make it into a table - that was functional to play on.
stephsharer stephsharer 8 years
yeah, its a parcheesi board.
Kimpossible Kimpossible 8 years
It looks like an old Parcheesi board. I'd just hang it somewhere in a game room, probably with other vintage gameboards.
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